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Old 07-25-2013, 03:07 AM
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Default How to properly secure the Graphics Card in 900D

I have a 900D and I'm trying to secure my Gtx 770 Classified but the thumb screws are way to difficult to secure in the middle hole (number 2 in picture) of the graphics card.

I have some pictures to show what I mean...

Should I just use the 1 method (#1 from picture) to secure GPU? Because the 2 method (#2 from picture) is almost impossible because of the hole in the middle is impossible to reach.

Even the 1 method is difficult to do, but will it be enough to secure the GPU? because as you can see its open and I'm worried the GPU might just fall off.
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Old 07-26-2013, 12:06 PM
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Thats a two slot card and only one of the holes lines up. Should be the bottom slot on your case. And yes the one screw is enough to keep it secure.
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